The Moose River Region is home to some of the best ATV trails in New England.

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ATV riding has grown in popularity in the past few years and you will find some of the best ATV trails in Maine in the Jackman-Moose River Region; over 300+ miles that will take you through unspoiled wilderness and on up to scenic vistas. From Jackman you can ride south to the Forks, east toward Rockwood and as of July 21, 2007, you can go north across the Canadian border into Quebec, offering you even more places to explore.

Spend the night, the weekend, or a week and enjoy all that our region can offer. You can access ATV trails from many of the accommodations listed on the directory as well as from most restaurants, stores, and gas stations in town. Or, if you choose to only ride for the day, you can park your trailer at the Border Riders Clubhouse.

Trail maps are available at the Chamber of Commerce Booth, at many local businesses in town and on line at Border Riders Club. Our trails are clearly marked to provide hours of safe and fun riding. If you are new to the area and prefer a guided tour, some businesses do offer this. Check with your lodging host or the Chamber of Commerce for more information on guided tours.

ATV Season usually open Memorial Day Weekend; the exact date depends on when the snow melts and the ground dries out and they stay open until mid-November. Please contact the Border Riders Club for specific dates and information.


  • For official information and rules for Maine ATV, visit the website.
  • If you forgot to register your ATV, you can do this in town when you arrive.
  • To cross the border into Canada, you will need your ATV registration, Passport and insurance. For up to date requirements, go to US Customs & Border Protection .
  • A few essential items to take along when going out on the trails: water, first aid kit, basic spare parts and tool kit, compass, camera, binoculars, rain gear or extra clothing, sunscreen, bug repellant, extra gas can if you are planning a long ride, and of course, a trail map.

Note: Maine Law requires that you ride on marked designated trails only, unless you have written permission form the landowner. The landowners in this area have been very generous to us for public use. Please show respect to these private landowners who allow free access on their land by treating the land as if it were your own.